Young makes his case for the Heisman
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ Texas quarterback Vince Young today started
his own Heisman Trophy campaign.
He's spent the season deflecting Heisman questions to focus on
getting the second-ranked Longhorns to the Rose Bowl against number
Now that's happening -- on January fourth.
Young says voters should look at his leadership and that he sat
on the bench in the second half of several Texas blowouts this
But Young knows he may be running second to dynamic Trojans
tailback Reggie Bush.
Young passed for two-thousand, 769 yards and 26 touchdowns and
ran for a team-high 850 yards and nine T-D's this season.
But he also knows that Bush captured many voters with huge games
at the end of the season against Fresno State and U-C-L-A.
If he wins Saturday, Young would join running backs Earl
Campbell (1977) and Ricky Williams (1998) as Texas Heisman Trophy
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